How to Propose a Symposium at a National ACS Meeting
Programming at National meetings of the American Chemical Society rely on volunteers to organize and execute symposia on a wide range of topics. POLY is dedicated to supporting symposia organizers and ensuring a robust and impactful presence of polymer-related research at National ACS Meetings. When proposing a symposium, please take into consideration the theme of the National ACS meeting, and complementarity to symposia proposed for the meeting (see below), as well as recent symposia and POLY workshops. POLY seeks to support the scientific diversity of research and applications in the field of polymers.
Submit proposed symposia through the form found here.
Guidelines in PDF format can be found here.
A printable copy of the questions that are required for symposium proposal submission can be downloaded here, however, proposals must be submitted through the online form system linked above.
|Meeting||Theme||Lead Program Chair||Deadline for Symposia Proposal|
|Macromolecular Chemistry: The Second Century||Hayley Brown
|June 15, 2019|
San Francisco, CA
|Chemistry from Bench to Market||Scott Iacono
US Air Force Academy
San Antonio, TX
|Bonding Through Chemistry||TBD||TBD|
|Resilience of Chemistry||TBD||TBD|
Symposia already proposed for upcoming meetings:
Fall 2020: San Francisco, CA (symposia proposed)
- Additive Manufacturing: From Molecules to Marketplace
- Biomacromolecules/Macromolecules Young Investigator Award
- DSM Graduate Student Award
- From the Lab to Helping Humankind: Polymers and Plastics
- General Topics: New Synthesis and Characterization of Polymers
- Henkel Award for Outstanding Graduate Research in Polymer Science and Engineering
- Industrial Innovations in Polymer Science
- Industrial Polymer Scientist Award
- Mark Young Scholars Award
- Mark Scholars Award
- Mark Senior Scholars Award
- NMR of Materials
- Overberger International Prize
- POLY/PMSE Plenary
- Recycling of Polymers or Circular Economy of Polymers
- Silicon based Hybrid Materials for Today, Tomorrow and the Future